Last edited by genevieve_ohara; 01-10-2005 at 02:23 AM.
Gen, Your A God In My Book!
Could You Post A Close-up Of Your Eyes After Using The Above Procedure? It Would Certanly Help Us Duplicating The "look"
Great idea! I posted it in the actual thread starter so that in the future when I link to it it'll be there.
so innocent and sparkly and pretty
thanks for bringing this to the forums
we look forward to more of this sometime or pics too
you look lovely as a lady
thought I'd let you know
Wow -- so you guarantee we'll look as good as you do, huh? Somehow I doubt it, but it'll be fun trying it out.
“I'm selfish, impatient and a little insecure. I make mistakes, I am out of control and at times hard to handle. But if you can't handle me at my worst, then you sure as hell don't deserve me at my best.”
― Marilyn Monroe
I'm always amazed everytime I see your photo's Gen
i have been printing them out i now have chapter 3 in G'S make over book you would make a grate how to book thanks
YUUUMM! G hot dang! Uhm got to go practice now
i'm with tristen,gotta go practise.thanksss G.
Thanks for all of the tips, I jusr reead them all today.
I found myself in front of the mirror at the office pulling up my forehead! Reminds me of anoither thread....
You know your a crossdresser when at the office you look into the men's room mirror and pull up your eyebrows to see how you would look according to chapter 1 of Gen's make up book.
can't wait to get home and try it out, thanks again.
BTW. when is chapter 4 comming out "creating cleavage"
Really great instruction. But, one last request. Can you post a picture with your eyes closed, so we can see what they look like after...
"Next, using the jet black eye shadow, cover your entire eyelid and just a smidge above…you can also feather it a bit outwards from the corner of your eye…"
Gen, Fantastic, can't wait to try these tips. Now if some of us older broads could only see how to do this while wearing glasses! I have a magnifying mirror, but still can't see all that well for the finer touches. You give us all something to strive for. Thanks Hon, you are a real sweetheart. Huggs, Bonnie
Lord, the money we do spend on government, and it's not one bit better than the government we got for 1/3 the price 20 years ago. Will Rogers, 1879-1935
I'm taking notes!!
I think this make up malaky is all about practice! Being very new to it all, I just dabbed a bit on to see what I looked like made up and was suprised with the outcome. It does take the rough edges off, and when I get better at it, i hope I can get results half as good as Genevieve.
Last edited by Laura Jane; 12-02-2004 at 12:19 PM.
Hey thanks for the lesson update G. You are awesome with the make-up!
You inspire me to practice-practice-practice!